#465 ''find' does not parse X/X directories

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MSYS (75)
2004-03-30
2003-12-05
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MSYS 1.10 rc2 on Windows XP.

When running a simple 'find' (msys\1.0\bin), every
directory with the same name as its parent is not parsed.

Discussion

  • Wayne Scott

    Wayne Scott - 2004-02-19

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    See also #900280 mkdir -p is broken

     
  • Earnie Boyd

    Earnie Boyd - 2004-02-19

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    I think I know now where to look for the bug.

    This is most likely the result of the inode emulation hash
    value being the same for each subdirectory.

    Earnie

     
  • Wayne Scott

    Wayne Scott - 2004-03-05

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    It doesn't appear to be related to the inode numbers.

    $ find .
    .
    ./A
    ./A/A

    $ ls -aRi
    .:
    10126420 . 9339987 .. 11043925 A

    ./A:
    11043925 . 10126420 .. 9667670 A

    ./A/A:
    9667670 . 11043925 .. 9602135 A

    ./A/A/A:
    9602135 . 9667670 .. 8946776 A

    ./A/A/A/A:
    8946776 . 9602135 ..

     
  • Wayne Scott

    Wayne Scott - 2004-03-05

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    Funny. My last comment showed a bug in the sourceforge bug
    system. It can't handle a comment that contains a single .
    on a line.

    You won't see the next line.
    .
    You won't see this line.

     
  • Wayne Scott

    Wayne Scott - 2004-03-10

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    My fix for bug #900280 fixes this problem as well.

     
  • Earnie Boyd

    Earnie Boyd - 2004-03-30
    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     

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